Charles “Cab” Owens, 71

Charles “Cab” Owens, 71 of Mouthcard, KY passed away Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at Pikeville Medical Center. Cab was born October 9, 1946 at Ferrells Creek, KY to the late Ellis Owens and Rushie Belcher Owens. In addition to his parents, Cab was preceded in death by brothers, Ellis Ray, Lonnie & Woody Owens and sisters, Evelyn Harriett Looney, Elma Varney & Georgia “Lulu” Owens. Cab is survived by his wife, Olean Harrison Owens of Mouthcard, KY; daughter, Angie Owens of Belcher, KY; and his precious dog, Katie. Cab is also survived by brothers, Herman Owens of North Carolina & Danny Owens of Florida and sister, Eilena “Lennie” (Dave) Lester of North Carolina; special nephew, Gordon Looney and many nieces & nephews and great-niecesĀ & nephews. Visitation will be held Thurs., February 22 & Friday, February 23, 2018 at the Bailey Funeral Home Chapel with services nightly at 7PM. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 11AM from the chapel with Jerry Overstreet, Larry Puckett and others officiating. Burial will follow at Dow Brooks Cemetery, Draffin, KY.


  1. Mary pittenger says

    Loved Cab and family so much He was the backbone for the Belcher family will be missed by everyone who knew him. Love all of you. Mary Pittenger

  2. Leah Hampton says

    Cab was someone that I knew from my Dad’s (Earl) store since I was a little girl and he was always good to my Mom (Malissa) when she was alive and such a good friend to my Dad, my Dad thought the world of him. Cab’s always held a special place in our hearts and will always continue to hold that special place in our hearts and memories! Sending our love and prayers to you both, I don’t recall ever having a conversation with Cab that he didn’t mention you two! He’ll truly be missed by many!

  3. Red Rover says

    We were so sorry to see that Cab had passed away. I was always glad to see him come in with Katie and hear him talk about his lilies and about riding Katie around in her Sunday stroller I hope that you can find some comfort in knowing that he was so well liked and that he will be missed.

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